David Cronenberg
"What kind of confidence does it take for Cronenberg to say, 'Yeah, I want to be in the 10th installment of the 'Friday the 13th' franchise'?" screenwriter Todd Farmer said.
Julia Ducournau's erotic psychological thriller "Titane" won the Palme d'Or, while David Cronenberg's 1996 sex-fueled "Crash" was awarded a Special Jury prize amid controversy.
The "Crimes of the Future" director is still interested in making a streaming series, but says the industry is too focused on "movie making, not filmmaking."
David Cronenberg's Cannes contender is set in the horrifyingly near future where human survival hinges on harvesting organs.
Director Brett Morgen's unprecedented Bowie portrait is high on Neon's slate this year, along with "Crimes of the Future" and "Fire of Love."
The legendary director's first film in eight years has more in common with his early masterpieces than his recent work.
One character's lips are literally sealed with needle and thread, but Cronenberg isn't keeping his tight about the plot.
From David Cronenberg to Kelly Reichardt, here are the films we hope get announced as part of the lineup in April.
"Sex has changed quite a bit, and the new art form is growing organs," Stewart says of Cronenberg's latest wild world.
Cronenberg's daughter, Caitlin, is auctioning off "The Death of David Cronenberg" short film.
Cronenberg is finally making another movie, seven years after the release of "Maps to the Stars."
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